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By Melinda Mawdsley

Landon Balding has six children between the ages of 8 and 14, and he often finds himself questioning what he wants them to see and hear. Unfortunately, there isn’t much he finds suitable for his kids. From musicians using profane or ...

Utah school hires crew of landscaping goats to clear weeds

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake City elementary school is trying out a new landscaping technique: Weed-eating goats. Officials say the goats will arrive Friday to clear the hillside behind Washington Elementary School, which is a tricky ...

Prosecutors question doctor who found theater shooter insane

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting trial will continue vigorously cross-examining a defense psychiatrist who concluded James Holmes was so psychotic that he could not tell right from wrong when he killed 12 people ...

Colorado GOP to talk blackmail scandal during party meeting

By The AP

GREENWOOD VILLAGE — Allegations that several Republican Party members tried to blackmail the chairman of the state GOP into resigning are expected to be discussed during a meeting of Colorado Republican leadership. Last week, state ...

Printed Letters: June 26, 2015

By Staff

City fumbled departure of the city administrator The City Manager Rich Englehart gets caught in an inappropriate situation with an employee that reports directly to him. When a person offers their resignation in light of an internal ...

I can see clearly now

By Greg Walcher

There used to be a common joke among comics, “Perhaps we’ll see things more clearly by the year 2020.” No doubt some EPA officials remembered it when writing their proposed Clean Power Plan, since it calls for full compliance ...

City Council skirts 
Open Meetings Law

By The Daily Sentinel

Something is seriously amiss at City Hall when the city’s top administrator quits and pockets $127,000 on his way out the door and the public has no idea why. Severance packages are routinely negotiated when a public body’s ...

Council may have violated law, leader of coalition says

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction city councilors may have violated the intent of the Colorado Open Meetings Law when they voted without a word of discussion on a motion to give resigning City Manager Rich Englehart a hefty severance package, even though they ...


Motorcyclist dies after crash

By Amy Hamilton

The driver of a motorcycle died at a hospital after a crash with a vehicle at Fifth Street and Gunnison Avenue on Thursday morning, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Police blocked off the area near Hawthorn Park for hours ...


State’s exchange expecting 37%  increase in those covered in 2016

By Gary Harmon

The U.S. Supreme Court’s health care ruling will go a long way toward boosting coverage in Colorado, the interim head of the state exchange said Thursday. Connect for Health Colorado has budgeted for a 37 percent increase in 2016 in the ...

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